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Italians get a 20% discount at Segreto
Updated on 29 May 2017

Segreto, an Italian restaurant hidden behind Madinat Jumeirah’s tranquil waterways and mysterious stone wall, is celebrating Italian National Day with an offer just for Italians. On 2nd June, the award-winning restaurant will offer its coutrymen (and women) a 20% discount on their bill. Guests can enjoy a limited-edition four-course menu, available from 1st to 6th June, that features dishes such as burrata assumicata (smoked creamy burrata with fresh broccolini), gnocchetti (tossed with a rich spinach cream and red prawns), followed by baccala con pisellini e datterino tomato confittato (buttery poached cod with green peas and a confit of datterino tomato). The meal finishes with cannoli con ricotta di bufala, pistacchi verdi e lamponi (cannaoli served with rich Italian buffalo ricotta cheese, topped with pistachio and fresh raspberry). Call 04-3666730. www.jumeirah.com

 

 

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